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n*XDBRlCKBBDKU. VA ?a IfSOCPCNOCNT ?* C WSWAPCW M.1 TIfcWEUILT IR VIMtlli. Os-?*. ISSSsl ?t?-V iau?-l Is s?, rir-a r-SsS.SSUB?? as? Bisk?? '? ??ra?ala?? l'a tfBSs. as* gasa a? *.s-?ru-a*a ?? aas-t* ?SS VrsasMssv a.va? fs* ?a* em ?S.. I luMliia. ??a p*a lack Ss-aSsaj Boa i ii. I. par a.-eaj.il Its., ara* ?aasrtsesa a*, p.? t?a? loresa-h ?al-ajim ..pa. UMMartM or latasl ?? soaes. o? uanali SMat?. ???.. ikw*M for .? nan? r??ae ..??su iwn??s?a or ?Suisse?* aaset ?esaa a?e sS>s? aa?? ?a ??14 tot ail ?oaaaate*???? ot a??ry rh.r.-?*r a?u?at Ss aSSfiaaa? *? T?a raaa luaa. 'r-4.ru*. Se-B. ?a_ lWaswsri|ts-sj SJI Ht Tear, ii Adrar-ce StTURDAY, Al'Kll. 8. I?.???'.? Ni) I.IAHII.m <>\ BERKELEY as**} UVIM'STON MOTftM I Tliie newspaper, feeling a atrnug; Interest in the welfare of Spotey 1 vaoia county and I? !levln<-tli.-tt it? future prosperity an-1 proj-reem de? pend almost entirely o"n the i.-un strartloo of go-id r**aS*aS, lias tri.?I,in conn?? lion with the tulked of bond lesa?-for Coartlan?! ?ml I'tmutvll.'r dietrh-ta, to make It essar lita* bo liability- will reet on It-rkciey sad Uving-ston ehonl I the two first Dsmed dietriots derlarv for l anee of these bonds. Various remark? inid?? at time? l>y citizen? of the county convince? ras, however, that thin fact is nut gen? erally understood by the taxpayers of Berkeley and I.ivingnie'u In the road bond bill paesaxi by the l-tst OeneraJ Awmbly. und known 8trode-('oo!ri? k-Taliuferr?? Acs, tv?" thin?? are neceseary in order fir the bond issue to tarry. First there mu?t br ? majority of the ?lUfilifieti voters of the maarleteri al district or ?1 Strict? which prop?>ee SO issue bonde lu favor of ?ame.and sei? end a majority >>f the ?piallfied voters of the entire county voting in the election likewise favorable If there is a majority In the district and a majority lnthecounty in favor of the tenue then the bonds are duly ?sued. For instance, if $i'o,<XX?of bonds are Issued by Ceurtland dis? trict that dlntri -t becomes liable for their payment, both principal and Interest. The county is a security for the district, but it Is itself Indem? nified against lose, because all of the property in t'ourtland district is lia? ble for payment of the bond?. The bonds proposed can. we believe. la? Issued, interest paid and ?Inking fund created by only a small Incrvae ed levy in the magisterial district ? not, mind you, in the county?voting In favor of issuing the bonde, and ae the tax rate of Spotsylvanla county Is extremely low and the aeeet-einent of real and personal property also lots tbs people can well afford to pay a slight lncreaee in order to secure good roads. The increased value of real estate will compensate them a thousand fold for the increase. U? member the courthouse bonde were Issued and paid off in a few years. Road bonde can be handled in the same way. CONVICTS FREED OF SLAVERY Weep Tears of Joy on Being Released From Mines. 6E0RGIA GHAN6ES SYSTEM For Year* Criminal* Had Been Sold Into Mines and Factories and Terri? ble Cruelty Was Practiced by Many Hiring Them ? Sang Hymns of Thanksgiving When Led From the 8tockades. Atlanta. Ga.. April 2.?The la.it ras ot Georgia's COBVlct leas?- system arms shaken off mi Thursday Thruuurhnut the state hoadreda of human hulim were l?-d frini the depths <if riiiiK-s. from the choking kilns, from the whir? ring, dark atno?phere of facturies - out into dad's ?-aatlght. from tas esa trol of harsh and oftea brutal task masters, lato tin- SSI ?les ot the state Georgia has re. .?tute penitentiary For years fier convicts have bet feto the mines into the brick kilns into the fa? t?irl- s. where privat' sometimes demanded and <-ollett'-d it last ounce ?if human tl.sh and its flual drop of human blood. But the state decided to abolish this traffic in white as well as black slaves, so ??BtSSsI of selling its Met prisoners, it will work them on the public mails. Sent Back to Counties. The change went into effect at .?ay light, when the .-onvlcts wer?' returned to the counties in which their . rtJMI had been committed. Most of the un fortunati'g are blacks of a low order of intelligent?, seutenced for mtrnw) conceivable (rime. At the Durham mines, in northern Georgia. wh?r?- allllBSMS) taken by the investigating committee of th? ture ?howen great cruelty had be. n practiced, the '?un convicts ?arched out singing, i'raise God Prom Whom AH Blessings Flow." Similar ?sCSSsBS occurred In southern Georgia when the convicts left th. turpentine campe. The Chattahoocbee Brick company, near Atlanta, tinned out 300 con?, ?its. and these celebrated by falling on their knees and t!>auI. ing God. Though shackled and ironed, th. convict? greeted the change with shouts of joy and weird hymns ol thanksgiving Negro preachers were at most of the stockades and 1? d the blacks in their impromptu praise ser? vice. Special tr-.lns were waiting and the prisoners were transferred as ra? pidly as possible to their new linar ter*. Strangely enough, wime of the con? victs cried at leaving Scene? which had been part ?if th. dally life of some at them for many years. Th* aew system, it is believed, will not only improve the health of th? convicts hut v. ill assure Georgia th?. gssst turnpu?? la the south. AGED COUPLE MURDERED Bodies Found Buried in Cellar of Their Home. ROBBERY WAS THE MOTIVE Both Had Been Stabbed to Death and After Being Buried the House Was Burned to Hide the Murder?Had Just Receiv-d $2000 From Sale of Farm. Tiilelii. < ? . tpril :' -In the I uf th. : iwig bate?** ? an<"! sixt> tk of thi-ir boaae ?lu. k ' i T"!i-1.i atithoriti.-s .! by u puzzling I I. In the morning the Kraeg "tic mil?' w. ?t Sa Toledo rai ? .1 ? of the Kt W'l" ti . 1?-d a search ?4e, but there wae ? 'uplc having been burn? >l to death Later in th.- lay two boys dici-inc in tin- cellar and noticed that ? 11 tamper.il :i bril k an I the fa??- of the dead woman wae re? at?te ot the tlixir wa? up an.1 th?' Ihm! y of Mr Krueger was f.uind. biirii'i) with his rVa?1 at the teet f. stal.b.-d to ?leatli. with a butcher it ? :i"' known Just when the murder ,- ;h?- Krueg- I ? ti Tuesday evening by a tailor who last Satur f. 'in- as part payment 'or th? purchase of the farm. It is thaw robh.ry ?a? the .it the slayer, after bury . ;ng the brl.-k tr. set fire ho the TABLET TO JOSEPH BRYAN A tablet to the late Joseph Hryan. pre? sented by the Abitur Jon longregarlon, wa? dedicated at Gloui-estar t H . t?un day. Hishop George Pet rain, of West Vir? ginia, officiated. A memorial service wa? held In Ablngdon churrh aura? week? ago. and. therefore, on this occeaiononl; th? dedication of the tablet took place. I: wa? nnveiled by Kiltabeth Wither?, goddaughter of Jos?pb Itryan Julge Fielding Lewis Tailor presented tba tab? let for the congregation, ani In a feeling and eloijnent address told of Sir. Brj an? character and of the home life at Kagle Point. In which It waa molded Kev ? H. I a? received the tablet, which bear? the following ln?i-rlptl >n. A large congregation did honor to the invasion. In Memory of JUSK? BBTAN, I'.irn at Kagi? l'oint Aug. l.'l 1*-1". Baptized In the t horch June 21, 1844 Vea.rvme: [?ici at Laburnum, Nov. tO, i "ChrUt ? Faithful Soldier and rWvant I lit.i His Ufa? Ko.l Kreeted by the longregatlon ot Ablng? don l'ariah. IMw. CONGRESSIONAL The Renate adopted a resolution limit? ing the ?egii.latl.ui at the extra session to the Tariff bill and the len?na bill. Il publicans leaders plan to present to th? House on Monday a special rule to UM Heyne Tarif! bill on April 10. Senators Ravoer Bacon and Daniel at? tacked the Republican policy and forced Senator Aidrii-b to allow Democrats at the bearlntrs ol the Senate Finance t'.iin tnttte? on the Tarlfl bill CENEIAL NEWS May wheat acid for fl.'-'n'. In Cht.-at?o Thuraday. A Chicago car condm I >r lost au eye t.y being bit by a Merry Widow hat. A guard of 1 MM a?.i ?diera kept all ?he BOO prisoners at Fort l.avenwurtb Prison within 1. innds when the prison buildings burned. To the Democratic Voters of Orange County. : respsrtfatly aaaotaaee myself :. eandidats I? >r r>-inimi nation for the Boot? ..f !>? Litut.* from thi? ? 'utility, ut tin Ivnuaratii primary <l?ti.>n. lobsbi ne tine eumiiier 1 -till wlvo. u,t. latter ?i-h.Hils, Iretter riiit?!? und ??ium'.i zation of ta\ itMe.vwni.-nt? on both per B n.il ami real pro|?-rty as far ble. 1 rotad fur tie B.vr.! law .mil I ?tin heartily in favor of it? enforcement I . >r the greateet latitude of ItsEssI option an.lu ill cast my ?.allot fur tin -?inn ol th.-li.|iiur .jii.-etion to th. ?hule psople ol tins State. Thankinti yuii fur III.- honors h-retufor.' U-sti.we. Bpoej me, I am, V.-rv re-?|?-. tfullv. it. Tmamsno, 8r., tf Oning' , Va LOCAL MARKKTt? (Corrected by Blmoo Hlrch ft Bro.i Wheat. tLSS to $l.:si>; cm,7.1 t?. 7."., meal, #1.1." to $1.50 ; oats, M to 70; old hen?, live, 10 to 11; dreaeed. 1.1; spring chickens, 38 to 'I0e per pound; chiekan? live, VI ho Li; drawn, la to 14. undrawn. l.'l t<? 11: eggs, Hi to 17; lar!. 10 to 1*1; duck?, liver- to 10; turkey?. Uve, Hi; dre??e?i. lii to 17; bot? ter. IS to lo; old ham?, 15 to IN; new hams, 13 to 18 ; Irish po? tatoes. 60 to 70 ; ?wast potat.*-j, M toil; lambe, fs.Su to 94.00; hide?. tir,-, n, 7 to 7'?,: dry salted, H to '.?; dry hide?. 10 to 11; calf ?kin? No. 1. ?1 no to 91.35; baled hay. $14 to $17 per too; leal suma?-, 7?i to 18 per 100; hogs, .V-c; I?N'f, live weight, H to 4c.; pork. 6 to BU* wool, 16 to 18 per lb: veal, ?"?'* to 6. Farly Boee potatoes. $1.20 to $1 80, FARMKR8, TAKi: NOTllK' Tlie linn- v. hen cow pea? had to bs plehad by hand is past, as we now have n ?wrfi-'t cow ss-sj tlirealu-r Ha\ ing une ?il tlieae iniu liiii'-e in my po?-?saioii iiinl having op?-rs?t??t sasSS ?in-ci-sslully last season, I would ay 1 vise every farmer SB im i-eaa.- his B*sjB*s*eBj o? cow [i.-aa. Iim-miisc hei-an have tli'-in threshed it? n-ailil.v iia hi? wheat or oats. For further particii lurs. w rite W. F. Liel*?now. iii.v.'IO-.'lt FnilerMksbiirg.Va., Box 14 MONK Y TO LOAN Op flrat-clas* real estate In ornear Fred? erick ?burg. C. O'Conor (?oolrlck. Attorney at Law. I?an4 tf. , MoNKYTO I/'AN ia sores of $.'?<?<> ar-l opwards. real ?stats ?tcority. Apply to Chieheater ft Chleheeter, Attorney* I* tf MONK Y TO LOAN. f.'id.ooo In sums to suit on good security. Apply to Lee J. Ursree, As ; torney. al-l*Cm PROF. A. P. DEMERS April 5, 6, 7, at 9 O'clock Matinee. Wednesday 3:30 P. M. NO ADVANCE IN PRICES CAPITAL RESOURCES SURPLIS & PROFITS $60.000.00 $375,000.00 $10,000.00 Constant Growth is Best Evidence of Satisfactory Banking_ Deposits June ?21.1906 $ 9,018.99 l First l>!?y.) Deposits July 21,1906. $ 40,608 09 _I First Month.)_ PepositaPec. 31.1906 $118.87247 PepositsPec. 31. 1907 $243.402.20 Peposits Pec. 31, 1908 ......". $270,178.78 PepositsFeb. 6, 1909. $310,781.66 Last Statement to State Corporation ('. inii?lsMl.in :: IVr C.?ut interest Pah] on Saving?. A.-i ..unte. Commen-lal A. count* priven every Ai-ciirnmoiiiition possible consistent with tomSBTVmmtn tuvukiiiK The Farmers & Merchants State ?Bank Fredericksburg, Va. M li. WILLIS, President. JNO. I'. (i( ?l'Ll'M.VN ".In.. Cashier. Bank < ?pen on Satunluys t'ntll ?> p. m. Public Sale -OF Stafford Land In pursuance of the terms of a ?i.? r-e at tlie Circuit Court of Stafford countv, ?.I iJatw Man h :tl?t, 1909. rentierst, in .nerv cause of Chinn vs Chinn >t r- in pending, tti.- und? Bprrfal rnwniMBtfr? will s??ll ttt put.lie auction for ?sah, in front of Stafford Court bouse at l'i o'clock M. MAY lOth, 1909, that U-ni(i tie? tlrst day of the May term of . ..urt, all that . ? rtaiu tract or parcel ..f land lyiii,.' "i l-'alinoutli district, in the (.unity of Stafford, kmovti u?tln'l/i?.T.v piiue. I'oliUl.lulin |.y estimation at...ill ? me Ltin.lr..! m re?, huwrver the same will lx- sold in tenu? and not l.y lue iv-rv. la-illtrtll - ll: triu-t of land de\l?*>d llj Kn liar.i K Monta-ith to his ?laufrhtvr. - . I. Chinn. and h.-r children. Tiier?' i? a stiiiiil dwelling hous?? on thi? trmt of land, with ?oine i lettre?! lan?l and the rvmalaoVr .? in foaag tbaba?? t. H Wallace. Hpeaial ('?iniiniaaioiier III the Itfk's otliie of tht? I ip Uit Court of th.-county of Stafford. Chinn, plain? tiff. Bsjaii Bl Chinii <-t al?, def.-ndant* In l'haiieerv I. C A Bryaa, ?1er? ol the ?aid court do?.-mix 11.at the lion?! required of the ?I?? lal i oi:iiiii.??ioncr hy the d?--ree r>-n deeed hi said eaaseoa th.- 31?t dav ol March 190?, has Im-.ii ?iuly given (iiven under inv hand a? clerk ??I lbs ?aid conn tana lal -lav ?.I April, 1968 i A. Pryan, (lerk. fsfrf *fl 4? Headquarters For Building Materials. 1 keep all kinds of North Carolina sod Virginia ! am'ier. i.'ressed and indree-ed. Shingles, Laths, Sash, Doors, and Hlituls. Lime, f.euiitit, SsMue Plaster, Plastering Hair, Bulbil?.g and Paving Hrlck. Tit, and Iron Roofing, Cat anil Wire Nails, all (toil* lou.ty-Mlie.1 Paints and Dry Paint, l.inaeed Oli. Turpentine, Dryer v'artiifh and Ia-w'.s'? White Lead, Palut KruHlies of all kinds. Window iliiis and Patty, Builders' Hardware of all kinds, Tar Kootliu', Ul.eathlng ??ai.-r and tine Hries* Keep large stock of Sewer Pipe and ??Ire <*'i-v Pin. at. tt. Oole. Agent for ?ale of bricks of Fredericks burg Hrlck Company. W. B. EMBREY i (tunnessorto K air. re y 4l Herryuian] Dealer In Railroad Croae Tie?. Cedar Poets, H'iokes and Hoop* Keeps constantly on hand a large ?apply of Baled Hay and Mill Feed. OfBee. near Railroad Depot, Frednrlelubarg, V*. Ala ? asS* ?-? o.r . -sT?.a War.? It/ CONFERENCE FOS KI>1 CATION IN TIIK Sol I'll Atlanta, (.a .April, 14-10. lSriT.i F.ir alune la-casioii Southern Hallway will a. II ticket? fniin points units linee to A llanta, (la , and return, at very low rates: ticket? on sale April 12 l.'l, final limit n-turiimg, April 1Mb, 1909, For fiirtla-r informal ion ?nil on nearest agent or write 8. K Burgee?, District Pasaenger Ag. tit '.'.'" K Main Ht.. Richmond, Va 17 Bill has woo her?pretty maid, A Jone bride she Is to be Her peach- cream complexion will not fads Because It's Kocky Mountain Tea Inlaid. W L. Bond. Rit MMl.'Sli. rKkllKKIi K..-B!?t?( AM. rOTOM?iC RAII.ROA!. Schtalule ?ffectlvs Jan. 4th. 1909 I.eavt> rnailerlcksburg, .Northward: a. m. seek days, local. 7:06a lally; 7:21 a. m dallj:10:?l? a. ni .'.al ; local; 1:28 p. m wssk days; 8:80 , m. dally, local- 7:01 p. m. dally, K>:?ij p. m. dally. I?eav? r ifderli t?bur,t. Southward (M a m. daily. A C. !.. train; 6:01 a n. w???k day?, tosatl; 8 M a m Sund??? ?u.y. h?-ai. lo.trt ? m dally, s A I. ?rain. 12:49 p m w?a?k days, liara): 5:21 p.m. t)ai.i. A i L. train; fl:..h p. m ially. io.-ai; !?:<jr, p. m dally, S A I. ?.rain I.iaaUfr.?! Washington arrivas 11 08 ?. m. week days Arrival? an?! departures not sruaran '??? 9 Taylor. Traffic Usnattr '' r Cox. tawnt Potomac, Fredericks burg and Piedmont Railroad. Hall/ Mil?? Dallr alc??Vt frura ?soai.1 Hunda/ Pnxl- SsaSoa?. Wood?/ N.i 1 born; >.. I A M I.? Ar V M - - H?.l.rV??<,ur? ?? ?I? ? Wblta? sat ?J? S Mia? Soma J IS ?IS 7 Bobaj? ? SI ? aeKtmmainil? I.o SB) IS Allirh 2 4i - .14 II Kuraar? I? ?.?? U BrockroavS ?? *.?J 14 Stspbaa? IBS ?.SB 1? l'ark?r 211 ??S SS .Saw Hoi? S.I? Ti TlBiiar 149 V ? 14 Kef a ?Id? I.U S.BS SS VsnMsnvUI? l.M tl> SS I?. Ka/atta 10.03 S? lalonrtu? I.SS n.i? ss Naaona use ISM IB Tajrlor 1240 10.4S IS I.V. Oran*? Le. |1.'3>. - 1 i.nnerrli.n? at r 'mtartrkiburir ?ttti K I' A 1' R H. aud Msrylttod, Ix?l?wara and Vtraicla KaU waj Co. At orai.?ra with Auutbam K. B. and i'b?aap?ak? a Ohio B. R. Tb? onlj Una to th? Cb?an?llor?vtU? aad wti daroea? B?U!.n?lda Kaatarn Ktandaral Tim?. Pall/ air?pt Hon.ta? W. H KIl'HABI.M. U?a. Maaamr Bricks! Bricks! Bricks! For all purposes and In large or small quantities. Fresh kiln still hot. 8end jour orders to E. D. COLE, I?ocal Salea A?ent, or tllrect to Freekr?cksbnr?: Brick CMtaay's ?ird, 275. I Local delivery or V. O. B. attaamboat WHITNER S SACREY Undertakers and Embalmers No. 719 Main St., Freder icksburg, Va '1'hone 98. Across from Exchange Hotel and next to Western I'nion office. Telegraph and tele? phone orders receive prompt attention. Open day and I night. The m?-* detngoe for 1900. Purniture, Matting*, Ituge, Carpei, Besb? lan-iagt?-*, I'rfrigei-atora, lee Crean Fieciere, Hammoekit, ?Vira Doore and Si-i-ii-ns. Ureateal line of BratM and Iron Rede ever shown bere IE. O. nSTI2Sri-)E3_ Fredericksburg.Va. Shoes For E\er>bod>' ??>W?r.??*a> Sf e,_-- K-^b. - ifi-v* I - ort Vamp Pat Colt Welt Oxford* , *'. - irt \ ini?. Tun Call ? Ixfucds Iji.1i.?.' Short Vsiii]. Tan t'ulf Auk! ? vIiI.khI Ankl* wtTap . Thi? is on. ' ! ? ..' 1 ii ! - her? They have tlie l;t: ;? ex,trn touches thai ? ? I -? l.inli.-?' Tun ankle Btraa ? i \ cleg . Ta-aaa tw rth two aod 1 . .1 ?? ? : i Woe hers, n.-.-vt. .Ir.-w-y Ladle* Ladies' l'at ('..It Putt.'tl. n, ; V 1 ? ii Binde r .. . 1 M?sase' V? B i Putt..11 1 Mis?e?' \ ici I'lu. - 1 Little0? t,t-' i . : ! Little Gent'? ? a I Blu - 1 ,te Put i'..:- i In fact ere'- . g. ??, : slwa-a ?tr 'tikr.-at. ha irk? ? T bad g ta. B 11 i a t a - \ N" II- :? i . Set " Eid g Children - ? - - -:.11 color?. US Old i" Com? THOMAS, Shocr and Hatter. i Clothes of the First Order ARE LABELED "Aleo System" m^Ma Clothes, Jb ^? y m* ' ^ and in all tin? vast aHisort- Wmr^t v/ ? /? ment o? Spring and Summer modela ft?| ?j /? there is not to In? found a stale put- bKb / 1 tern or a stereotyped styl?; ainon??: ? / ^M They an? modern clothes modelled T(Vjj???w ' on tlesh-and-blooil fip;ure?i to secure TRMi \ exactness of tit and effect and an* |^?s?L-----^3??r_J made liy expert tailor-ineii in a mod- 1^"^ J^m ern factory. "ALCO" (lot his an / f.'r\ sentially clothes for |Mi| Men and Young Men E^.^p^l who require foremost style, unmatch- 1 I , a j e<l materials and perft?ct fit. at mod- \ \ j ?rate price. Jt??" -FOR SALE BY LARKIN ? RODGERS Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators Stand the test of time. You want long last? ing qualities in the Itefrigerator you buy. You want one that's froing to do its duty faithfully year after year. Carload Leonard Cleanable Refrigerators. W. A. BELL & BRO. Sole Agents For Fredericksburg, Va. SINON HIHSH ft BRO , Uommeree 8t., Frederlekibarg, Va Dealers Id all kinds of CJOXJNTB.Y PRODUCE, for wbleh hlgheet oaah pri?e? are paid. Oboiee ?took of High Grade PasaU-r I tvTDeeries al wave on hand Ors au and Bridge Work a Speelalty All Work Hoaranteed. Dr. J. Garnet* King, ?ni. IB.. *rtiS.!?i-l rradsrlskihwrf } /&n?Ue '-> LrfH ?iS.KANN.SONS?CO. 8th ?t, <Sfc Penn. Av?., IB ?USV CORNE Washington, D. C. SHIRE an. wat alike With Our City Patrons in Our ?ialBaroai .i/ Send us your name and address and that of your friends, and we will send them and you FREE Oui Economy Herald And Place You On Our Mailing List For News of Any Special Bar? gains That Will Interest You. We ??sue this EOONOM. HERALD mirwlvi-e tw.j OT thrss lissas ? ?aoash. Th.- astas is asters of laspor sbjle and tlun-iy. and the satrltajt uppor innltirs nflnrwl jron cannot, in josttos tu jour* lord to totas sitnplj tlmiuirh n?vl" I ?O -en?I us your Iliillli- sad liililn-rie. SEND FOR SAMPLES?FREE \\?- -ir., alwuy- atad l ? r?? >-iv?- rsarSVawl f?ir aarnploe sad waks pistaran in snln Ilia?,?nd?nnnlinthfi soyos*. The Opening; OF Hirsh's New Store WAS ON Wednesday, March 31 Our friends and the public generally are most cordially invited to call and inspect same. Isaac Hirsh & Son. IDO lilil? It is with niiii-h pleasure that we extend In v?ui a very cordial in? vitation t ??ur SPRING MU.LINKI.Y OPENING, which exhibit ii'i'iirs Wednesday and Thursday. MARCH 31, and APRIL 1st. It will lie our privilege lo eliuw on this occasion an aeeetBlilatre of rrtre an?l exclusive creations of elef-ant effect?in on? of-a-kind sorts, many of which cannot be duplicated. Here are fonnd the best ex preaeions of the tribute that talent pay? to beauty. Interpret this as lieln-i a personal Invitation extended to you. J. T. Liocaery & Co. LOCAL, OPTION Tlie Supreme I'?inrt hits decided the Waril law conetttntiona.. There fore. we wish to inform our customers that we are still open for hm-tnena until further notice. After we close here watch this space, which will let you know our new location In the liipior business. STRASBURGER & SON I redertcksburg, Va.